- Daily Brief
- June 27, 2022
WHAT’S HAPPENING? As Russia’s war against Ukraine surpasses the 100-day mark, international oil and wheat prices remain cripplingly high, forcing
The irreconcilability between Sudanese protestors’ demands and those of the military junta will likely complicate international efforts to facilitate a negotiated return to the country’s democratic transition.
WHAT’S HAPPENING? As Sudan’s political crisis deepens and Ethiopia continues to unilaterally operationalize the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, Egypt is
As the Syrian civil war continues to de-escalate, European and Arab countries are beginning to normalize relations with the Assad regime while current US policy remains unchanged.
Oman’s first leadership transition in five decades may have changed in its strictly neutral outlook.
Protests for political change seem unable to uproot the country’s entrenched sectarian interests.
Ankara’s key foreign policy objectives diverge from its supposed allies in several critical areas.
US unilateralism has opened the door for other global powers to increase their regional influence.
The cycle of demonstrations and failed government reforms threatens to overwhelm Adil Abdul-Mahdi.
Anti-government protests are expected to intensify in Beirut today. For over a week, tens of thousands of Lebanon’s six million-strong
Iran’s seizures of UK-flagged oil tankers in the Gulf have raised the heat for all parties concerned.
The massive dam project has strained tensions between nations located along the Blue Nile.